A QUARTER of a century has passed since that unforgettably amazing day in Tokyo, Japan, when 42-1 outsider James “Buster” Douglas shocked the entire world – sporting and otherwise – by somehow managing to defeat the reigning heavyweight champion of the world, Mike Tyson.
At the time of the fight – one not too many experts or fans were especially intrigued or excited about, such was the seemingly inevitable quick win by “Iron” Mike – the defending champion was seen by many as a lethal-punching monster more deserving of the tag of invincible fighting machine than any heavyweight before him.
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